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Is affective crowdsourcing reliable?

TitleIs affective crowdsourcing reliable?
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
Refereed DesignationUnknown
AuthorsI., H., L. P., M. T., S. E., and H. M.
Conference Name5th IEEE International Conference on Communications and Electronics
Date PublishedJuly 2014
Conference LocationVietnam
ISBN Number978-1-4799-5051-5
Abstract

Affective contents annotations are typically acquired from manual assessments by experts in supervised laboratory tests. While well manageable, such campaigns are expensive, time-consuming and results may not be generalizable to larger audiences. Crowdsourcing constitutes a promising approach for quickly collecting data with wide demographic scope and reasonable costs. Undeniably, affective crowdsourcing is particularly challenging in the sense that it attempts to collect subjective perceptions from humans with different cultures, languages, knowledge background, etc. In this study we analyze the validity of well-known user affective scales in the crowdsourcing context by comparing results with the ones obtained in laboratory tests. Experimental results demonstrate that pictorial scales possess promising features for affective crowdsourcing